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erf

(ɜːf)
n, pl erven (ˈɜːvən)
(Civil Engineering) South African a plot of land, usually urban, marked off for building purposes
[Afrikaans]

Erf

(ɜːf)
n acronym for
(Chemistry) electrorheological fluid: a man-made liquid that thickens or solidifies when an electric current passes through it and returns to a liquid when the current ceases
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An ERF spokesman last night said the company would be looking for an alternative use for the factory.
The vehicles include 23 ERF ECX11.41MT 6 by 2 tractor units with full luxury Olympic sleeper cabs, complete with full cab and chassis air suspension and disc brakes.
As ERF points out, "The newsletter covers many technical issues, such as the toxicity of dioxin, incinerator emissions, rising cancer rates and the intricacies of risk assessment, but it is written in plain language that anyone can understand.
The programme, titled 'Tariff modernisation and expansion of bonded warehouse facilitates to non-RMG' exporters', was organised by the ERF in collaboration with Bangladesh Investment Climate Fund II (BICF) of the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
ERF Wireless is a 'Critical Communications Infrastructure' company applying advanced wireless broadband technology and other communications technology to a select suite of enterprise, commercial, and retail critical communications needs.
Viridor's Dai Stephens, general manager at Trident Park ERF, said: "The transition from construction project to operational Facility has gone smoothly.
He has also agreed to become chairman of the ERF Wireless audit committee.
In this study, we detected 176 ERF genes in di-haploid Populus simonii x P.
The Right to Food Bangladesh and the ERF jointly organised the dialogue.
Electrorheological and magnetorheological fluids (ERF and MRF) can be used to shorten the stopping time and distance of movable link [2].